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AIHA offers GAO assistance in OSHA studies

October 5, 2011
KEYWORDS aiha / government / OSHA
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The American Industrial Hygiene Association® has written a letter to the Government Accountability Office (GAO) offering to help the GAO in its investigations of OSHA enforcement programs using the same criteria the agency has used to scrutinize state OSHA plans (requested by House Republicans), and an examination of OSHA’s effectiveness in issuing health and safety standards (requested by House Democrats).

AIHA says it supports the mission of both investigation, and stands ready to offer the resources of its frontline members to help the GAO in these efforts

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